Monthly Archives: December 2014


Creating healthy office environments

A big theme for me this year has been  looking into modern office environments to support both collaborative and independent ways of working as well as a broader workplace wellbeing agenda as our environment has a big impact on how we feel and therefore how

Uncategorized, Workplace Wellbeing|

Coca-cola Life – a natural, healthy cola has arrived?

I’m all for live and let live, but occasionally I do get just a little bit annoyed when I see BIG brands framing arguably unhealthy products as 'healthy', misleading us 'health-conscious' consumers in the process. This is exactly how I felt just a couple of

Food & diet, Uncategorized|
  • Health Bank

If health was a bank..


Weight Loss Tip: Cut Down on the Junk Food

Eliminate Junk Food Cravings for Good You may not believe it now, but I used to love junk food and spent many a happy evening gorging on burgers and fries which were (and are still) full of salt and fat which can be quite

Food & diet, Weight loss|
  • A resilient workforce

Why resilience is important for performance

Resilience, Stress, Workplace Wellbeing|

Play games to reduce stress and deliver results at work

Playing Prune Tree. A fun way to brainstorm new ideas. Have you ever been in a meeting when a big topic gets discussed? Everyone has ideas. A few people voice may dominate and the conversation could turn into a debate which goes round

Workplace Wellbeing|

Activity Bursts Everywhere-2014

Here's a useful resource to help you integrate movement into your daily routine. Sometimes it can be difficult to make time to go to the gym or do exercise outside, so the solution is building in some functional exercise into our daily lives, particularly when

Wellbeing is an important part of being a successful business

Workplace Wellbeing|
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